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Table 1.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905--Continued.

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12 50 199

1902-Concluded. 1 Hardware.. 2 Harness and saddlery 3 Hosiery and knit goods. 4 Iron and steel.. 5 Jewelry and silverware (@) 6 Metallic goods... 7 Planing mill products. 8 Pottery 9 Printing and publishing. 10 Public works 11 Railroad, canal, and road building 12 Railroad transportation.. 13 Rope, twine, and bagging. 14 Stone quarrying and cutting. 15 Stoves and furnaces. 16 Street railway transportation. 17 Streets and sewers. 18 Telegraph and telephone,

Tin and sheet metal goods. 20 Tobacco: cigars and cigarettes. 21 Trunks and valises.. 22 Typewriters, cash registers, and sewing machines.

Water transportation (0) 24 Miscellaneous.

200
185

142
11,925

21 364 1,157

160 339 124

65 246 100

75 407

40 186 555 140 414

85 842 737 205

200 275

415 11,960

21 364 1, 169

210 538 124

65 246 325

75 407

40 186 571 140 471 1 100 850 737 215

225

16

57
15
8

10

25

Total (C)...

42,112

1,318

43, 430

116

1903. 26 Agricultural implements..

300

300 27 Bakery

354
163

517 28 Blacksmithing and horseshoeing.

116 29 Boots and shoes.

2,766 30 Brass and brass goods.

1,450

4,216 526

526 31 Brewing..

722

2

724 32 Brick and tile (d)

3,741

3,741 33 Building trades (e)

8,318 34

8, 323 Car building

2, 351 35 Carriages and wagons.

2,351 47

47 36 Clothing, men’s.

503

38

541 37 Clothing, women's.

449
514

993 38 Coal and coke.

2,084

2,084 39 Collins and undertakers' goods.

331

75

406 40 Cooperage.

126

126 41 Cutlery and edge tools.

590
110

700 42 Domestic service..

139
151

290 43 Electric light and power.

40

1

41 44 Foundry and machine shop

12,206

6 12, 212 45 Freight handling and teaming

544

18

502 46 Furniture and upholstering

1,149

45 47 Glass.

1,194 1,774

18 48 Hardware

1,792 400

400 49 Tiats and caps.

15
33

48 50 Iron and steel.

7,525

40 Leather..

7,565 51

898

2

900 52 Lime and cement.

284

284 53 Lithographing.

24

1

25 54 Lumir and timber products.

80

80 55 Metallic goods (ti.

91

91 56 Paper..

255

29

284 57 Planing mill products.

105

25

130 53 Pottery..

1,210

450 59 Printing and publishing..

1,660

5841 1974 781 e Not including 1 strike included in general strike of July 21, 1902, New York. b Including strikes of April 23, 1902, Illinois, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and May 8, 1902, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania. and Wisconsin.

c See notes to details.

Table 1.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905Continued.

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30

30

300 139

300 26 12 151 139 12 151

354 114

161

515
114
114

114
116

116
191

191
445

445

2,764 311

1, 450 311

4,214 311

311

488
667

488
667
667

667
730

2

732 2,546 2, 546 2,778

2,778

3,684 5, 484

3,684
5, 484 6, 332

6,332
7,811

5
562

7,816 33 562 835

835

2,306 7

2, 306 34 7 14

14

47 419

47 20

35 439 439 30 469

414 271

38
245

452
516
271
245
516
449
544

993 37 1,719 1,719 1,915

1,915 2,070 21

2,070 38
21
21

21
331

75
58

406 39 58 63

63

121 360

121 40 360 590 110 700 597

110 114

707 101

41 215 114 101 215 137 152

289 10

42
10
10

10
40
1

41

43 2,171 2,171 2,995

2,995
11,993

6
200

11,999 44
200
200

200
547

18
124

565 45 124 161 27 188 1, 133

83 587

1,216 46 587 1,180

15
1, 195 1,761

18
28

1,779 47
28
28

28
404

404 48
9
27
36
13
31
44

1
13
33

46 49
40
2,735
7,525

40 65

7,565

50
65
65

65
900

2

902 284

51
284
284

284
284

284 52 18

18
18

18
24
1

25
80

53
80
80

80
70

70 54 29

30

30
91

55
51
29

51
29
80
228
10

238
25

56 25

25
107
25

132

57 11 25 14 11 25 1, 210

450 1,660 58 117

117
133

133
580
197

777 59 e Including strikes of January 7 and April 1, 1903, Kentucky, and 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Kentucky, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 27, 1903, New York.

1, 428

2, 695

TABLE 1.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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1904. 16 Bakery.. 17 Boots and shoes. 18 Brick and tile.

Building trades (C).. 20 Car building (1) 21 Carriages and wagons. 22 Clothing, men's. 23 Clothing, women's. 24 Coal and coke. 25 Cooperage 26 Domestic service. 27 Electric light and power. 29 Foundry and machine shop (9) 29 Freight handling and teaming (h) 30 Furniture and upholstering. 31 Gas.. 32 Glass (1)..

Hardware. 34 Harness and saddlery 35

Hats and caps. 36 Iron and steel.. 37 Jewelry and silverware. 38 Laundry work. 39 Lithographing. 40 Metallic goods. 41 Musical instruments. 42 Planing mill products. 43 Pottery.

Printing and publishing. 45 Railroad, canal, and road building. 46 Rope, twine, and bagging.. 47 Stone quarrying and cutting (k). 48 Stoves and furnaces.. 49 Street railway transportation. 50 Streets and sewers. 51

Telegraph and telephone. 52 Tin and sheet metal goods. 53 Water transportation (1) 54 Miscellaneous..

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a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 1, 1903, Pennsylvania. o Including strike of May 7, 1903, Kentucky.

cIncluding strikes of April 1, 1903, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and September 14, 1903, Minnesota.

d See notes to details.

e Including strikes of January 1 and April 1, 1904, Kentucky, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of May 5, 1904, Pennsylvania.

TABLE I.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905—Continued.

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9 Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Kentucky.
h Not including 1 strike included in general strike of March 12, 1904, Virginia.

Including 1 strike, part of general strike extending into Indiana and Pennsylvania, but not including 1 strike included in general st rike of February 3, 1904, Pennsylvania.

Not including 2 establishments closed permanently.
& Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 1, 1904, Pennsylvania.

? Including strike of April 12, 1904, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Table 1.-STRIKES FOR EACH STATE, BY YEARS AND INDUSTRIES,

1901 TO 1905–Continued.

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1904.
Bakery...
Boots and shoes.
Brick and tile.
Building trades (6)
Car building (1)
Carriages and wagons.
Clothing, men's.
Clothing, women's.
Coal and coke.
Cooperage.
Domestic service.
Electric light and power.
Foundry and machine shop (9),
Freight handling and teaming (n).
Furniture and upholstering
Gas..
Glass (1).
Hardware.
Harness and saddlery
Hats and caps.
Iron and steel.
Jewelry and silverware.
Laundry work.
Lithographing.
Metallic goods.
Musical instruments.
Planing mill products.
Pottery.
Printing and publishing.
Railroad, canal, and road building
Rope, twine, and bagging.
Stone quarrying and cutting (k)
Stoves and furnaces.
Street railway transportation.
Streets and sewers.
Telegraph and telephone.
Tin and sheet metal goods.
Water transportation (1)
Miscellaneous..

1,248 11, 288

310

50 363 3,049

220 141

30 494 914 115

82 13, 590

205

82 350

97 102 319 160

141 1,000

118 618

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46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

217
55
96

399
10,550

596

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Total (?)......

53,550

4,240

57,790

a Not including 1 strike included in general strike of February 1, 1903, Pennsylvania.

Including strike of May 7, 1903, Kentucky. cInclu ling strikes of Aprill, 1903, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and September 14, 1903, Minnesota.

d See notes to details.

€ Including strikes of January 1 and April 1, 1904, Kentucky, but not including 1 strike included in general strike of May 5, 1904, Pennsylvania.

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